The ECCT's Human Resources committee hosted a half-day forum on the topic "New challenges, critical employment, and other legal Issues in the pandemic era".
The visiting speaker of the Czech parliament's lower house has affirmed her country's ties with Taiwan in a speech at the Legislative Yuan - saying her country "will be with" Taiwan.
The Central Election Commission says the first televised policy presentation for candidates contesting the January 13 presidential election will take place on 20 December.
The Ministry of Labor (MOL) says employer-held migrant worker employment permits set to expire from 1 April to 30 June will be automatically extended for an additional three months
In lieu of diplomatic relations, Taiwan pursues artistic ones, transforming arts and culture into the next big export
By Joanna Lee
The government is poised to invest NT$2 billion in a cooperative urban renewal project located in Taipei's Nangang District
It is not the Grinch who will steal Christmas in Europe this year but the Covid-19 pandemic as a new wave of infections has prompted governments across Europe to impose restrictions on gatherings.
The Central Election Committee (CEC) says that around 19.82 million people will beeligible to vote in Taiwan's upcoming national referendum on 18 December and, according to voting laws, if the number of votes in favour reaches 25% of the total number of eligible voters, then it will pass
The Ministry of Education (MOE) has revised its regulations regarding class suspensions and school closures due to coronavirus cases
The ECCT's Human Resources committee hosted a half day forum on the topic: "Labour law and labour force challenges in the hybrid working era"
Researchers at Academia Sinica have developed a global-scale climate model suggesting that climate change could have a significant impact on Taiwan without mitigating policy measures
A Covid-19 vaccine being developed by Pfizer of the United States and Germany's BioNTech has been found to be more than 90% effective, according to new independent analysis.
Seismic shifts are taking place in how work gets done, but can society handle them and how will Taiwan adapt?
By Mike Jewell
The cabinet has approved an amendment to the Development of the Cultural and Creative Industries Act as part of government efforts to crackdown on ticket scalpers.
A new generation of Taiwan university interns gains international experience and skills
By Douglas Habecker
Three Taiwanese athletes are in Tokyo this week to compete in an event that could boost their chances of participation in the Summer Olympic Games.
Renewable energy certificates generate opportunities in Taiwan's renewable energy sector
By Tim Ferry
Once again the ECCT was the first to kick off the festive season with its annual Christmas Lunch party. Over 100 ECCT members, colleagues, friends and families gathered for a lively celebration
In the post #Metoo era, there is zero tolerance for sexual harassment and growing expectations for safe and diverse workplaces.